Andrew Farnsworth is a Research Associate in the Information Science program. His primary focus for the project is migration biology, with a background in the ecology and evolution of migration, bioacoustics (flight calls, in particular), and radar ornithology. Andrew’s current research has focused on understanding calling phenology in vocal, nocturnal migrants, detection and classification of flight calls and wind-wildlife interactions. He began birding at age 5, and quickly developed an interest in bird migration. He completed a M.S. in Zoology with Dr. Sidney Gauthreaux using radar and acoustic technologies, followed by a Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology with Dr. John Fitzpatrick that focused heavily on flight call ecology, evolution, and application.